Academic Journal of Computing & Information Science, 2022, 5(5); doi: 10.25236/AJCIS.2022.050515.
Teng Jian, Wan Fucheng
College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, LingNan Normal University, ZhanJiang, China
Intangible cultural heritage refers to the manifestations of numerous traditional cultures, as well as connected entities and locations, which are passed down from generation to generation by people of all ethnic groups and are considered part of their cultural legacy. Music, dance, singing, drama, human talents, handicrafts, and other forms of expression are examples. Folk artists learn the inheritance method from the Master, which is how intangible cultural legacy is usually spread. It lacks a steady inheritance process and is on the verge of extinction. The protection situation is projected to deteriorate dramatically. However, it might be challenging for young people to recognize and experience the allure of intangible cultural heritage. As a result, several governments and UNESCO strongly advocate digital intangible cultural heritage conservation, and digital protection has become an essential mechanism of intangible cultural heritage inheritance. As one of the major technologies of digital information, VR (Virtual Reality) may employ digital technology to allow people to experience intangible cultural heritage in a 360-degree immersion and interact with characters and objects in VR to gain a multi-channel perception experience. The use of virtual reality technology to safeguard and restore intangible cultural assets is becoming a hot topic and academic frontier.
Virtual Reality; Eye Tracking; Visual Design; Immersive experience
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